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Jennifer Lawrence Falls AGAIN?

By Dontaira Terrell
Posted On Nov 11, 2015
Jennifer Lawrence Falls AGAIN?

Jennifer Lawrence and walking in heels does not seem to go hand-in-hand these days. On Tuesday the actress stunned onlookers at the red carpet premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 in Madrid. Everything came to a screeching halt when the heel of her shoe became entangled in the hem of her custom-made Ralph Lauren gown, causing JLaw to take a diving plunge. Naturally everyone gasped in disbelief and the starlets’ handlers rushed to her aid.

This isn’t the first time The Hunger Games star has taken a frightful fall for the world to see. After being announced as the winner of the Best Actress Oscar, she took an embarrassing tumble while walking up the stairs prior to her acceptance speech. We can’t forget, it happened again. This time the nasty fall occurred during the red carpet of the 2014 Oscars. Ouch!

After the embarrassing tumble Lawrence, continued to gracefully walk the red carpet but the damage was already done. Social media took wind of the incident and a media fire storm occurred. Many of the trending headlines and tweets were comical and left people wondering what is wrong with Jennifer Lawrence’s feet.

Maybe the talented actress is suffering from a high heel hangover? In case you’re wondering, it is a throbbing sensation and discomfort one feels after wearing heels for an extended period of time.

As a Hollywood celebrity Lawrence has an image to uphold where she is required to wear stilettos for several hours throughout the day. After the third fall it’s obvious JLaws feet just needed a break. Wearing heels are fabulous but the side effects cause more harm than good.

Luckily the cure to a high heel hangover is as simple as ABC. We found a few ways to help avoid the JLaw fall and bounce back on your feet in no time!

Yoga and foot stretching: Your Achilles tendon, foot and muscle calves are held in shortened positions when heels are worn for a long period of time. To alleviate possible pain or spasms, foot stretching and certain yoga positions can help your muscles to relax.

Soak your feet: Using Epsom salt in your warm bath water is an oldie but goodie. It helps relax core muscles, reduce inflammation and alleviate tension.

Perfect fit: Choosing the right type of shoes specific to your feet will help reduce the risk of severe foot pain. Shoes that are too tight or fit loosely can cause unpleasant blisters. 

Pampering helps: A nice foot rub or massage either by a professional or your partner can instantly relax muscles and ease the pain. Don’t forget a nice mini pedicure can help too!

Give it a break: Take a heel binge and rock flat shoes. There are a variety to choose from, whether sneakers, sandals or ballerina flats, you will still be just as stylish, minus the six inches.